Episodes of snow and slippery travel are forecast prior to the departure of Arctic air this weekend around Cleveland.
RealFeel® temperatures will plunge below zero at times into Friday morning, before a storm rolls out of the South Central states during the first part of the weekend.
A period of snow late Friday night into midday Saturday is likely to bring a general 3 inches of snow to the area, with the potential for 6 inches locally.
Roads will be cold enough for snow to stick, so those that need to travel should allow for more time than usual to get to their destinations.
Temperatures will rebound to more seasonable levels Saturday afternoon.
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Heavy snow is walloping the northeastern United States as a fast-moving storm impacts the region into Sunday morning.
Collisions forced officials to close a stretch of Interstate 90 in central Washington on Saturday as snow and cold began to invade the northwestern United States.
A fast-moving storm will tap into fresh cold air and put down accumulating snow across the northeastern United States during the middle of the weekend.
Gusty winds will raise the fire danger across the southern High Plains of the United States Sunday into Monday, a region largely starved of meaningful rainfall since fall of 2017.
The bitter cold and gusty winds that plagued athletes and spectators in PyeongChang, South Korea, earlier during the past week will ease into the start of the new week.
Residents of New Zealand are being urged to prepare for flooding, power outages and wind damage as Gita remains on track to slam onshore around Tuesday.
The snowfall across the northeastern United States this weekend will not remain on the ground long with springlike warmth set to quickly surge back in.
The two-man men's bobsled competition will come to a close on Monday night in PyeongChang.